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Graymills Tempest SWF Spray Cabinet

This cabinet allows you to clean single or multiple parts.

Cleaning with Dry Ice? Cold Jet’s Kevin Must Explains

More and more these days, shops are looking for better, easier and more sustainable ways to clean engine components and parts. Enter Cold Jet, a 30-year-old company that offers eco-friendly cleaning solutions to numerous industries including engine rebuilding, using dry ice blasting.

All Things Media Blasting

Engine building is a segment of the automotive industry that has always been ahead of the curve in media blasting, and no matter the engine shop, cleaning equipment is a common bond.

Giant Finishing’s Centrifugal Barrel Series Machines

Each barrel is loaded approximately 50-80% full of media, parts and water. During operation, rotation of the large turret creates a centrifugal force.

Removing RTV Silicone Sealer from Hardware

On this episode of LinCo Lessons, Jeff McCord shows you how to remove the annoying RTV silicone sealer off of hardware.

Clean Out Your Oil Passages

Although it may seem simple and obvious, there is no denying the importance of a clean block before assembly. Danny Soliz of Hill Country Performance Machine explains how he ensures the oil passages are free of debris.

Outlaw’s Garage Handmade Pumice Soap

For the car enthusiast with true grit comes Outlaw’s newest garage-inspired scent: Outlaw’s Garage. With true-to-life scents of gasoline, motor oil, and exhaust, this isn’t your traditional handmade soap, it’s soap with a kick-start! With naturally gritty pumice and wrapped in a fancy western-inspired wrapper, Outlaw’s Garage Soap is a practical solution for when elbow

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Soda Blasting to Clean Engines and Parts

Baking soda will safely clean many different types of material including steel, lead, aluminum, plastic, rubber, alloys, masonry, stone, concrete, composites, and more without damaging them.

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Cleaning Equipment in Today’s Shops

Keeping components and parts in your shop clean is of utmost importance, second only to washing your hands.

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Parts Tumblers

Like most equipment, what kind of tumbler and how many a shop needs depends on what a particular shop is looking to achieve.

Ultrasonic Cleaning

The technology remains an excellent cleaning option for machine shops and engine builders looking for cleaning equipment.

Video: Cleaning with ARMEX

ARMEX soda blasting can clean contaminants off of any size part without damage to the part surface. See why it may be a solution for your shop.